Resources for More Support

The Minority Business Development Agency – Tacoma Business Center

The Washington Women’s Business Center provides training and financing opportunities to female entrepreneurs so they can successfully start and sustain their businesses.

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Washington Women’s Business Center

The Washington Women’s Business Center provides training and financing opportunities to female entrepreneurs so they can successfully start and sustain their businesses.

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Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC)

VBOC at Business Impact NW empowers active-duty service members, transitioning service members, veterans of all eras, military spouses and others in the U.S. Military community who are thinking of starting or growing a small business, by providing training and financing opportunities.

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Food Business Resource Center

Food Business Resource Center is an organization that supports food entrepreneurs in Washington state by providing them with access to resources, networks, and other opportunities needed to start and sustain a food-related business.

 

Center for Inclusive Entrepreneurship (CIE)

CIE offers first step business training that is both inclusive and easily accessible. They offer support for up-and-coming entrepreneurs and early-stage microenterprises. Specifically, they serve rural groups and underserved communities throughout the state of Washington.

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Sister Sky Inc.

Sister Sky Inc. is an SBA-certified 8(a), Native American, economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business that is committed to providing services to Native American and disadvantaged communities. They do so by providing culturally conscious training, communications, technical assistance and event management.

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SNAP Financial Access (SFA)

As a subsidiary of Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners (SNAP), SFA provides financial resources to underserved communities in the state of Washington. They provide services such as financing and consulting for entrepreneurs, small business owners, and families.

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Ventures

Ventures is a nonprofit organization that is committed to empowering aspiring entrepreneurs that may have limited resources. The organization focuses on enriching underserved groups like women, people of color, immigrants, and those who come from low-income backgrounds in the state of Washington.

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SNAP Women’s Business Center

SNAP Women’s Business Center provides business consulting, training and financing support to businesses and entrepreneurs in the Eastern Washington region.

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Washington Small Business Development Center (WSBDC)

The Washington Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a network of business advisors working in communities across the state to provide entrepreneurs or small business owners with the resources they need to start and sustain a business.

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